Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the top polling candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, face off along with three other rivals Tuesday in their first debate.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the top polling candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, face off along with three other rivals Tuesday in their first debate. Lynne Sladky and Michael Dwyer AP
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the top polling candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, face off along with three other rivals Tuesday in their first debate. Lynne Sladky and Michael Dwyer AP

Faceoff: How Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton differ

October 09, 2015 10:56 AM

UPDATED October 09, 2015 05:55 PM

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